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Mar 10, 2011 Matthew D. Thibeault
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These files present multiple views of Mozart's famous K.545 sonata. All are designed to be printed out for classroom use in the following way: print, cut, tape together, then laminate. In this way, students can easily mark the score as they listen, coming up with theories about music, noticing aspects that interest them, etc. Most of the views combine Western score notation, MIDI piano roll, an amplitude display, and a spectrogram. To learn a bit more, view this video on visualizations for...
Topics: Music education, visualization, Mozart, MIDI, Spectrogram
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Jan 24, 2011 Matthew D. Thibeault
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This vodcast supports the article in the April 2011 issue of General Music Today, "Building Your Own Musical Community: How YouTube, Miley Cyrus, and the Ukulele Can Create a New Kind of Ensemble" by Matthew D. Thibeault and Julianne Evoy. Vodcast by Matthew Thibeault. Final photo of the group by Robert K. O'Daniell, used with permission.
Topics: general music, music education, ukulele
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This PDF presents three tunes: Tabourot's Pavane, "Prairie Revery" by Catherine Schmidt-Jones, and Habershon and Gabriel's "Will the Circle Be Unbroken". These arrangements were created by and for the Homebrew Ukulele Union, a group from the course Designing Musical Experiences (MUS 438) at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. The PDF depicts several ways that notation is used to support live performance: notation that combines standard western musical notation...
Topics: ukulele, music education, MUS 438, tablature, informal learning, popular music
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Sep 7, 2010 Matthew D. Thibeault
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A form for recognizing the creative rights students have over their own work, which I have students sign in my undergraduate music technology course MUS 243 at the University of Illinois. This form allows students to choose a license and stipulate what, if any, sharing they wish to be associated with their work. The creative rights pyramid suggests that curricular materials for students should favor works with few or no restrictions, such as student original work, works from the public domain,...
Topics: Creative Commons, Creative Rights, Copyright, Public Domain, Art Education, Music
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Sep 6, 2010 Matthew D. Thibeault
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Here are two videos I use in my course MUS 243 Introduction to Music Education Technology at the University of Illinois. Although no studio guru, I've had enough great feedback from students that I decided to share these broadly. I've written about these videos in a column for General Music Today that should be published in 2010 or early 2011. "Microphone Placement Basics" gives an overview of how we record poetry at the University of Illinois using a basic Shure SM 58 into a laptop,...
Topics: music education, music, microphone placement, poetry, video, education, digital media, arts
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Mar 27, 2010 Matthew D. Thibeault
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John Philip Sousa (1854-1932) marches have been an embodiment of patriotism for Americans since the late 19th century. Dedicated to the Pan-American Exposition held in Buffalo, New York during 1901, Invincible Eagle is considered to be one of Sousaâs best marches. This transcription of Invincible Eagle is the result of a project in MUS 243: Introduction to Music Education Technology. Working from a manuscript available in The Sousa Archive and Center for American Music (SACAM), the students...
Topics: John Philip Sousa, Invincible Eagle, band, score, music, Matthew D. Thibeault
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Mar 27, 2010 Katrina Kral, Ben Randecker, and Matthew D. Thibeault
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Three remixes of John Philip Sousa's Invincible Eagle by Katrina Kral, Ben Randecker, and Matthew Thibeault. For MUS 243 at the University of Illinois, fall 2008.
Topics: John Philip Sousa, Invincible Eagle, remix, Beastie Boys, music, Matthew D. Thibeault
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Mar 27, 2010 Katrina Kral
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An audio tour of John Philip Sousa's march Invincible Eagle. Learn what makes a march, the parts, and hear examples from this wonderful 1901 march.
Topics: Informance, Sousa, Audio tour
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Mar 27, 2010 Jennifer Hanson
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A selection of melodies from Tchaikovsky's Fifth Symphony. Created by Jenny Hanson with help from Matthew Thibeault as part of MUS 243 at the University of Illinois. The melodies are in treble clef and at concert pitch.
Topics: Informance, Tchaikovsky, Matthew D. Thibeault
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Mar 27, 2010 Matthew D. Thibeault
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A visualization presenting the interaction of three voices in Bach's Invention BWV 790. Both standard Western Music Notation and A MIDI panorama are visible.
Topics: Bach, MIDI, visualization, Matthew D. Thibeault
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Mar 27, 2010 Matthew D. Thibeault
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John Philip Sousaâs (1854-1932) marches have been an embodiment of patriotism for Americans since the late 19th century. Dedicated to the Pan-American Exposition held in Buffalo, New York during 1901, Invincible Eagle is considered to be one of Sousaâs best marches. Three different representations allow students to examine and explore the music. The top visualization presents a MIDI piano roll of the notes; the center version presents a spectrogram that depicts the overtone series, as well as...
Topics: John Philip Sousa, Invincible Eagle, visualization, spectrogram, Matthew D. Thibeault
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Jan 11, 2010 Matthew D. Thibeault
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In his book Capturing Sound, Mark Katz explores changes in violin vibrato over time as a "phonograph effect". He presents three violin recordings of Brahms' Hungarian Dance No. 1 recorded between 1903 and 1940. Below, the first twenty-four measures of each recording are visualized using a spectrogram that depicts time (left to right), pitch (low to high from 0-4000Hz), and volume (soft blue to medium red to loud yellow). Clearly visible between recordings are changes in vibrato...
Topics: Vibrato, Mark Katz, Matthew D. Thibeault, phonograph effect, visualization, spectrogram, Audacity
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Dec 11, 2009 Matthew D. Thibeault
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Links for "General Music as a Cure for the High-Stakes Concert" General Music Today ( http://gmt.sagepub.com/cgi/reprint/23/3/27 ) Matthew D. Thibeault My article includes links to many projects, most of which are online to be used and enjoyed by teachers and students. You can either explore each specific project, or follow examples as I present them in the article. We'd love to hear ideas for improving these projects, and would also love to hear stories from people who have...
Topics: High-stakes tests, concerts, curriculum, technology, music education
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Sep 21, 2009 Matthew D. Thibeault
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A pdf of a handout detailing general issues and concerns when using video. Presented as a workshop at the University of Illinois on 10 September 2009. This handout is intended to accompany watching a video presentation that can be found on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CSJwveGQ3WI&feature=related
Topics: music education, video, YouTube, University of Illinois
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Mar 25, 2009 Matthew D. Thibeault
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John Dewey's 1897 seminal essay on his educational beliefs. This version was a project recorded and edited by students at the University of Illinois's Music Education Technology class MUS243 (fall 2008). A paragraph-numbered pdf file is also included for class use and discussion. Engineering help from Rex Anderson, recording engineering by Chee Kang Koh and Matthew Thibeault. Introduction and additional reading by Michael Breaux. Edited and compiled by Matthew Thibeault, with additional editing...
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Topics: Education, Educational Philosophy, Philosophy